of the programs whose
outcomes for Open E book Examination (
OBE) have been declared and inform it by when the
of the remaining programs might be declared because the exams had been carried out approach again in August.
“Delhi College shall file an affidavit inside 5 days stating that are the programs whose
outcomes are declared and that are the programs whose
outcomes will not be declared. Additionally point out by when the remaining
outcomes could be declared,” Justice Prathiba M Singh stated.
The excessive court docket was listening to varied college students’ grievances that the
of their closing 12 months exams, which had been carried out in August, haven’t been declared but and due
to which they’re unable
to be part of larger research.
of the scholars additionally claimed that although they appeared within the exams however the college has marked them absent.
The excessive court docket requested the varsity
to additionally look into this facet and file the affidavit earlier than November 25.
It listed the matter for additional listening to on November 26, with a course
to professor D S Rawat, Dean
to be part of the video conferencing continuing on the subsequent date.
“Now we could have
to monitor issues once more,” the decide stated.
The excessive court docket additionally famous that the varsity has not filed an affidavit as was directed earlier.
“There’s non-compliance by the Delhi College. It’s actually stunning. It’s occurring each time,” it stated.
A division bench
of the excessive court docket had earlier directed the college
of all of the post-graduate programs by October 31 and
to add the marksheets on its web site.
It had additionally mounted varied deadlines for
of undergraduate programs, between October 20
to 31 with a buffer
of three days from the date mounted. For BA (prog) programs, the
outcomes had been
to be declared on November 6.
Initially, the petition was filed difficult the varsity’s choice
to maintain on-line
OBE, as per the UGC pointers, for closing 12 months undergraduate programs which had been in lengthy kind exams.